The (Indigenous) Writer’s Toolkit: How to Launch Your Craft [D.A. Navoti]
All Levels | This is a FREE event for new & emerging Indigenous* writers in any literary form, including poets and prose writers, and in any genre.
Want to be a writer? Attendees will learn literary essentials, such as strengthening the writing routine, networking with other talent, building an author brand, and applying to fellowships, grants, and residencies. Attendees will set goals through interactive prompts, identify barriers to their craft, and problem-solve to break through. No writing experience is required, only an urgency to elevate your literary talent.
*Indigenous includes a wide spectrum of individuals, such as those native to North and South America, island nations, and/or from homelands impacted by colonialism.
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